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Dishonored® Definitive Edition £8.99 @ Xbox Store with Gold membership

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Game Description:Arkane Studios’ Dishonored®, winner of over 100 Game of the Year awards, and all of its additional content come to the next generation in Dishonored® Definitive Edition! With Dishonor… Read More
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Game Description:Arkane Studios’ Dishonored®, winner of over 100 Game of the Year awards, and all of its additional content come to the next generation in Dishonored® Definitive Edition! With Dishonored’s flexible combat system, creatively eliminate your targets as you combine the supernatural abilities, weapons and unusual gadgets at your disposal. “Void Walker’s Arsenal” offers unique character bonuses, additional bone charm slots, and more that will aid you in pursuit of revenge. Enter the world of the Outsider in “Dunwall City Trials” where you will put your combat, stealth and mobility skills to the test. Finally, play as the legendary assassin Daud in "The Knife of Dunwall" and “The Brigmore Witches”.
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#1
£7.01 from Russian store
3 Likes #2
Sure this will be free with Dishonored 2
#3
I think I'm in the minority - but I gave this game a good crack and just did not like it. Graphics were lovely and unique, but the maps are not big and the enemy feels flat when you try to kill them, they have no 3D depth. Got the same feeling from Wolfenstein Old Blood. That said it's got great reviews and many people love it - so heat from me. If you haven't played Bioshock - wait for the collection to come down in price and by that - vastly better than Dishonoured.

P.S. First person games are my favourite - love many others.


Edited By: SteelRat on Aug 09, 2016 08:50
1 Like #4
so tempted. played this to death on 360 tho
#5
I am almost certain this is from last week's deals (I purchased it) and will not be on sale for much longer.
#6
I think Game are giving this away with Dishonored 2 pre-orders, others may do the same.

I thought this game was great :)
1 Like #7
nathan3007
Sure this will be free with Dishonored 2

That would be good! Like they did with Chronicles of Riddick when Butcher's Bay was released. Or Quake 2 when Quake 4 was.... We don'y see that enough!

Still, voted hot :)

Edited By: parasitemol on Aug 09, 2016 12:55
#8
parasitemol
nathan3007
Sure this will be free with Dishonored 2

That would be good! Like they did with Chronicles of Riddick when Butcher's Bay was released. Or Quake 2 when Quake 4 was.... We don'y see that enough!

Still, voted hot :)


My mistake, I've just checked it's the limited edition that comes with it, it's £5 more at game
#9
Looks like the price has increased, back up to £14.99. Can anyone confirm?
#10
Confirmed with Xbox, deal was a part of the Bethesda publisher sale and has now expired.
1 Like #11
Yep it's now £14.99
1 Like #12
I really liked this game and played on PC. I tried using my controller but it really does play better with a mouse IMO.. you just can't get that precision with a controller for those perfectly timed "impossible" jumps.

Cracking game though if you haven't played it
#13
tehwabbit
I really liked this game and played on PC. I tried using my controller but it really does play better with a mouse IMO.. you just can't get that precision with a controller for those perfectly timed "impossible" jumps.
Cracking game though if you haven't played it

Looking forward to it! :D

Also, next best price is £10 at Tesco Direct
#14
tehwabbit
I really liked this game and played on PC. I tried using my controller but it really does play better with a mouse IMO.. you just can't get that precision with a controller for those perfectly timed "impossible" jumps.
Cracking game though if you haven't played it

First play through I went chaos and as such precision didn't really matter. However, was going all stealth during my 2nd play through (where leaps and other similar things need timed), I can't really recall having any major issues with precision on console. Now, had I done a stealth play though first time when I wasn't used to the controls, I fully accept it may have been more noticeable.

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